The Arch Way (Polski)

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Arch Filozofia i Reguły

Na tej stronie możemy przeczytać o głównych zasadach oraz filozofii, która została zastosowana podczas tworzenia i rozwijania Arch'a. W dokumencie tym możemy również poczytać o dalszej drodze rozwoju naszej ukochanej dystrybucji.

Podczas przeglądania forum oraz różnych gryp dyskusyjnych można stwierdzić, że główna droga rozwoju Arch'a ukierunkowana jest na :" utrzymywaniu prostoty systemu, wolności wyboru, ciągłym nauczaniu oraz możliwości całkowitej kontroli systemu przez użytkownika."

Główne Reguły

  • Prostota i lekkość
  • Dystrybucja kierowana jest do bardziej doświadczonych użytkowników.
  • Arch'a jest wypuszczany jako system gotowy do uruchomienia, jednak nie można liczyć na fajerwerki.
  • Dzięki przeznaczeniu serwerowemu, autorzy nie starają się wrzucić do niego mnóstwa zbędnych paczek.
  • Użytkownik decydujący się na korzystanie z Arch'a jest zobowiązany do własnoręcznego dostosowania systemu do swoich potrzeb.
  • W Arch'u nie było, nie ma i nie będzie automatycznych konfiguratorów. Autorzy dopuszczają użytkowanie i załączanie GUI tylko wtedy gdy nie łamie ono w/w zasad.
  • Jeśli szukasz w pełni zautomatyzowanego systemu, który ma działać bez twojej pomocy, to radzimy ci zmienić system.
  • Nie musisz mieć specjalnego zaproszenia by rozwijać tą dystrybucję. Wystarczy, że usiądziesz i spróbujesz coś zrobić dla dobra społeczności.
  • Pierwszą i ostatnią reguła jest: KISS

Filozofia

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Philosophy

System of values by which Arch develops.

  • KISS (Keep It Simple, ...) is the base of Arch development.
  • In Arch "simple" is different what other distros are considering. The learning is more important than getting something easily done.
  • Relying on GUIs to build/use your system is just going to hurt a user in the end. At some point in time a user will need to know all that some GUIs hide.
  • If you try to hide the complexity of the system, you'll end up with more complex system. Instead try to make the system more simple and logical from the inside.
  • Sooner or later you will have to find the information on the web and usenet (if man is not enough). Learning how and where to find it on the net should be the first thing to learn for a newbie.
  • When users say the such and such distro isn't like such and such distro, Arch allows the user to make all the contributions they want to as long it does not go against the ideals of the design or philosophy.
  • The solution is not to demand Arch Linux to develop tools and docs but trying to understand what's the aim and philosophy of AL... what makes it different from others.
  • The great thing about contributions is that you don't need anyone's permission to make them. No one can physically stop you from writing something that you (personally) find useful, even if the "powers that be" don't see it as a blessing. Write it and put it up in the User Contributions forum. If other people like it, you will receive feedback. If virtually everyone out there hates it but you, who cares? It took you 20 minutes to write, and you learned something along the way. It's a winning situation no matter what.
  • It is what you make it.

Comments

What users say about Arch

  • After spending a lot of time with other distributions (debian, gentoo, mandrake, redhat, fedora, slackware) and even FreeBSD I think that I finally found the distribution I was looking for.
  • I have tried several distro's and even took RHCE but there was always something i dislike about the distros i tried.
  • My dream distro was always the simplicity of Slackware with real dependency support like Debian's. And guess what, that's Arch.
  • I also found arch my final distro.
  • After trying out almost all the available distributions, I have to agree that Arch is the best.
  • Hi all. I just registered here so I could report all the problems I'm having, and ask for help. Funny thing is, I HAVE NO PROBLEMS!!! I really can't believe this, but everything is just working! I installed Arch today, had a little trouble with xorg and sound setup, but found all the answers I needed in the documentation and the forums.
  • I tried Mandrake, Yoper, FC3/4, Mepis and Ubuntu. Was looking for the perfect distro. I am glad that I found Arch.

PROS and CONS

PROS

  • optimized i686-distro
  • pacman: Systemupgrade is one command 'pacman -Suy'
  • pacman: Dependency-control
  • pacman: no X needed
  • ABS: need to write the building-function only once ... building another version of a package is extremely easy
  • ABS: you can build the packages on your machine with one command
  • up-to-date packages
  • fully customizable
  • the people behind are gentle, motivated and able
  • It takes less than 20 minutes to get a fully functional system
  • perfect to learn linux on it
  • not really popular, because not known

CONS

  • pacman: needs fast internet-connection to stay always up-to-date easily
  • not really popular, because not known
  • some conflicts because of using the newest libs
  • lack of newbie-friendly features